IoT in Government Central/Local

IoT in Government Central/Local

Trial of driverless shuttle kicks off in Greenwich, London

Driverless cars may still be a few years away, but in London, the public is being given the chance to experience autonomous transportation for the...

IoB Insiders: In support of a drone registry

IoB Insiders: Adam Leach, director of research and development at Nominet, explores the proliferation of drones, the challenges this brings and why a drone register...

GE boss Immelt takes stand against Trump climate change moves

On Tuesday this week, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order rolling back climate change regulations introduced by the Obama administration. The very...

UK public open to the idea of robot politicians

An OpenText study has explored the feelings of UK consumers towards artificial intelligence (AI) and robots. The findings suggest politicians could be a surprising...

IoT project brings clean, safe water to thousands in Africa

In recognition of World Water Day, Internet of Business looks at how IoT technologies can help to bring clean water to people in Africa. According to figures from...

UK council joins Waze Connected Citizens Partner program to ease traffic...

Oxfordshire County Council, UK, has teamed up with the people behind the free social traffic and navigation app, Waze (owned by Google), in a bid...

24-hour drone unit to assist crime-fighting in Devon and Cornwall

This summer, Devon and Cornwall Police, UK, are set to launch the first 24-hour drone unit to assist with crime fighting. The 'flying squad', as...

San Diego to get $30 million smart city network

San Diego may be known for its vibrant tech start-up scene, but the city is set to become even smarter thanks to a new...

WikiLeaks discloses details of CIA hacking IoT, mobile devices

In the first part of a Vault 7 leak series, the anonymous publishers of secret information at WikiLeaks have released documents containing information acquired...

Barcelona IoT, big data projects help manage tourists at popular attractions

The city of Barcelona, Spain, has trialed Internet of Things (IoT) and big data technology to manage the visitors who flock each year to...

Can smart cities improve life for citizens? Salford City Council outlines...

With population growth, increasingly congested cities and extreme pressure on public services, how can smart cities make life better for citizens? Salford City Council...

AT&T signs deals to develop smart city capabilities in Ireland and...

US telco conglomerate AT&T has signed a deal with inward investment promotion agency IDA Ireland and Dublin City Council to collaborate on smart city development. As part...